Twitter is a social networking platform that allows people to see news as its breaking. With Twitter, you can also follow your friends, celebs, and pages you like. You can interact with your friends by liking their tweets, retweeting them, and replying to them.

As a user yourself, you can share tweets, and other people can like them, retweet them, and share them via instant message. If you Tweet is engaging controversial, then you’ll have people replying to your tweets by mentioning your username. When they reply to your tweet, you’ll the symbol @ with your name next to in.

Twitter keeps a record of all of your mentions so if you have a lot of people replying to your tweets, you can view them collectively. You can also find other people’s mentions if you want to see what people are saying about them. This is useful if you want to keep up with someone.

Finding Your Mentions on Twitter

1. Open Twitter.

Notification Bell

2. Tap on the Notification Bell at the bottom.

Mentions

3. Switch to the Mentions view in the upper-right corner.

list of tweets that have mentioned your profile

4. You’ll see a list of tweets that have mentioned your profile.

Finding Other Peoples Mentions

1. Open Twitter.

2. Tap on the search bar at the top.

Type @ along with the name you want to see mentions for

3. Type @ along with the name you want to see mentions for.

everything that has the username in it

4. Twitter will bring back everything that has the username in it. This will include photos, videos, tweets, Latest and Top view. If you made a typo, Twitter will show you similar results and will try and correct you by saying ‘Search instead for’ to find the result you’re looking for.

Finding Mentions Without @

If want to search for a certain name, word or phrase that has been mentioned, then you can use the search bar to search for word without the @. This will help you find tweets that have this phrase in it.

1. Open Twitter.

Tap on the search bar

2. Tap on the search bar.

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3. Type in the term that you want to see tweets for. For example, you can search for tesla without the @ and all tweets with the name tesla will be brought up.

all tweets, photos, and videos that contain this phrase

4. Twitter will bring up all tweets, photos, and videos that contain this phrase – including the latest and the top tweets about this phrase. If Twitter thinks you meant something else, then you will see Search Instead for.